Battle Rifle Company swings in with a new rifle, announcing the BR10. (Photo: Battle Rifle Company)
Battle Rifle Company introduces its second generation of precision 7.62×51/.308 caliber rifles, announcing the release of the BR10 platform.
Featuring an 18-inch 416 stainless steel barrel with Nitrite finish on a 39.75-inch overall length, the BR10 boasts sub-MOA performance. The barrel itself has been cryogenically treated to increase both performance and accuracy, according to BRC. Topping off the barrel’s design is a compact 5/8×24 threaded muzzle brake,.
The BR10 is feature-ridden with an Odinworks T6 rail standard with Keymod slots, a Geissele SSA 2-stage trigger and AXTS Raptor charging handle. Equipped with an ambidextrous selector switch, the rifle finishes off with a Magpul ACS Stock and a QD single point back-plate.
“This is a combat grade rifle, worthy of consideration for the most demanding applications,” BRC said in a statement.
Tipping scales at eight pounds, the BR10 ships with one metal magazine in addition to a tactical bag. Priced at just under $3,000 the BR-10 will debut at SHOT Show in Las Vegas next week.